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Downtown Apex Autumn Adventure This November, test your wits in a unique outdoor activity that combines the challenge of escape room puzzles with the charm of Downtown Apex. You will find clues posted at windows of participating stores along Salem Street, crack the codes and submit your answers online for a chance to win prize packs from local vendors. It all takes place online and outside, allowing for safe, socially distanced fun with friends and family. $20/team registration fee; through...

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Handcrafted Durm There are several Shop Small Saturday events happening in Downtown Durham. One of the newest will be right up the block from Durham Central Park after the regular Saturday downtown farmer’s market, at Durty Bull Brewing Co. Handcrafted DURM was created as an inclusive space contrasting to the proliferation of exorbitantly high-dollar vendor events for newer and small businesses in the midst of the economic challenges our community is facing. The brewery opens at noon, right at close...

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National Hot Chocolate Day at 10th & Terrace Nothing is better on a cold winter day than a warm beverage with a gorgeous view. Did you know that Friday, January 31, is National Hot Chocolate Day? 10th & Terrace is celebrating with $8 specialty cocktails! Friday, 1 – 11:30 pm; 616 S Salisbury St, Raleigh, NC Groundhog Day 2020 Meet Sir Walter Wally the groundhog and get his prognostication for the next six weeks! The Shadow Ceremony is on the...

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Summer Daze Music Festival Vol. 2 Celebrate summer at the second annual Summer Daze Music Festival at Coastal Credit Union Midtown Park in North Hills, a celebration of music, local businesses, culture and, of course, summertime vibes. Free; Saturday, noon – 9 pm; 4011 Cardinal at North Hills St, Raleigh, NC 27607 Play Moore Music Festival The Play Moore Music Festival is a celebration of Hip-Hop culture through music and dance on Aug. 17 from 3 to 9 p.m. This year’s festival will turn...

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Tuesday: Downright Rotten! It’s gonna get funky! This 5-course menu will highlight how “rotten foods reveal themselves through Japanese cuisine. Join us for this one-night only omakase meal! Omakase means you entrusts your order to the chef – it is essentially a chef’s tasting menu. Chef Billy Cotter will send out the freshest and most delicious dishes of the day. Dining omakase is a way for Dashi to showcase our finest ingredients and techniques! The meal will feature house-made miso,...

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Raleigh St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Wearin’ ‘O the Green Festival Celebrate everything Irish with downtown Raleigh’s annual St. Patrick’s Day parade! There will be Irish and Celtic traditions and culture, a parade of dancers, bagpipes, musicians and more marching through downtown Raleigh and afterwards continue a day of fun with a full line-up of live music and performances in Raleigh’s City Plaza. Remember to wear green! Saturday; 400 Fayetteville St, Raleigh, NC 27601 St Patrick’s Day Festival at Lafayette Village Show...

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Raleigh Christmas Parade A Raleigh tradition for more than 70 years, the Raleigh Christmas Parade is the largest parade of its kind between Atlanta and Washington, D.C. The parade—filled with marching bands, dancers, classic cars, super heroes and more— marches through downtown Raleigh for two hours along a 1.4-mile route that draws a crowd of 60,000 spectators. Saturday, 9:40 am; Downtown Raleigh, NC North Hills Tree Lighting This year’s Tree Lighting event will feature snow slopes, trackless train rides, kids...

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Monday: Downtown Raleigh Restaurant Week Indulge during the Downtown Raleigh Restaurant Week, a week long dining extravaganza showcasing the culinary talent in the heart of the capital city! During the week, you can enjoy a three-course prix fixe dinners for either $20 or $30, depending on the venue or grab $5 or $10 lunch specials. $5+; Monday though August 19th; Downtown Raleigh, NC Stump! Trivia Kings Dining & Entertainment offers Stump! Trivia every Monday night in the Lounge! Come see why they were...